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A Cup of Coffee: Surprising side effects of having it

I found people have a common notion that drinking a cup of coffee is always excessive, be it one cup a day, and always leaves terrible effects on our body.

What Research Says

However, recent research asserts a different vision about this much ‘drunk’ drink. Despite so many wrong notions, the side effects of having coffee are multiple yet effective at a time. Having a cup of coffee back from your work leaves you more energetic. A group of researchers from the University of Seoul had proved that the roasted coffee essence charges up the brain cells. As a result, the whole day’s stress lessens, leading you to a fresh evening on the go.

Benefits of having a cup of coffee

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However, after the coffee essence has flushed your stress and derivation. A cup of coffee full of antioxidants leaves you happy. Scientists link this happiness with lesser depression and a feel-good factor that works better with people prone to suicide attempts. Now, if you don’t find enough reasons for having a cup of coffee or two, I suggest you have coffee to minimize cancer risks. Yes, having up to 4 cups of coffee a day keeps you away from skin cancer, especially if you are a woman. Harvard Medical School scientists have proved that ladies having coffee is lesser prone to skin cancer than those who are not having it.

Fitness &  a Cup of coffee

Fitness freak people can also try coffee as their diet drink as it is proven that coffee burns fat. And believe it or not, coffee can make you more intelligent and work more innovatively while decreasing sleep deprivation. The rate of increasing metabolism is higher if you take coffee and the natural ingredients present in coffee.

I hope these reasons are enough to make you eliminate the notion that coffee has only ‘bad’ side effects, as the proven facts say something different from that. Plus, having coffee can make your heart healthy, makes you a memorable person, and minimises the risks of Parkinson’s’ disease and type-2 diabetes. Does it seem to have a cup in the morning and repeat that? It’s better if you can.